Institutions, politics and contracts : the attempt to privatize the water and sanitation utility of Lima, Peru / Lorena Alcázar, Lixin Colin Xu and Ana Maria Zuluaga Alcázar, Lorena

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Alcázar, Lorena
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Water-supply - Peru - Lima.; Concessions - Peru - Lima.; Sanitation - Peru - Lima.
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That Lima's water system was in near-crisis was not enough to bring about radical change. Partial reforms to reduce many of the city's worst problems were carried out under public management. But a quarter of Lima's citizens still had no access to water or sewerage connections, extended service interruptions were common and more than a third of the scarce water supply was wasted. Why did the push for privatized water and sanitation fall?
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